Client management and professional best practices made simple

Even after we’ve taken the plunge into the gig economy, we don’t always feel like pro’s pros. There’s we have to learn on the fly and plenty to consider when making the shift from office to freelance. In this area we cover professional conduct, client management and client communication in accessible, actionable terms that will give you the direction you need to hit the ground running.

The Manage section will help you present the best side of yourself to clients and handle those tricky negotiations without breaking a sweat.

How to Make an Online Portfolio That Gets The Gig

How to Make an Online Portfolio That Gets The Gig

Breaking into the competitive world of freelance work, regardless of the type of creative craft, has reached new levels of mystique given the boom of the gig economy and the solopreneur. With 34 percent of the workforce now involved in freelance work, there’s one...

How To Make A Great Consulting Website

How To Make A Great Consulting Website

“Having a great consulting website completely ruined my career,” . . .  said no one ever. Business cards are handy — you never know when you might bump into your next client — but a lot of the action in the gig economy takes place outside of the physical realm and...

How to Buy Errors and Omissions Insurance

How to Buy Errors and Omissions Insurance

We recently covered a topic many of our readers have expressed interest, confusion and curiosity about: the ever mysterious realm of professional liability coverage. You can read the full post — Do Freelancers Need Errors and Omissions Insurance? — but the...